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What the newspapers say – January 14th

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Front pages on Friday will be dominated by the Queen stripping the Duke of York of his royal and military titles as the fallout from his sexual assault lawsuit continues.

The Daily Telegraph and The guard the news delivered by Buckingham Palace that the monarchy wants to distance itself from Andrew.

The Daily Mail writes that the Duke of York had a “peery look” when he arrived at a “crisis summit” with the Queen, and reported that it was the Prince of Wales who called for his brother’s exile.

The sun and metro both quip that the prince was “thronged out” of the royal family.

I writes the monarch, “banning her favorite son from royal life to limit further damage from allegations of sexual assault”.

the Daily express says the Queen let the Duke of York drift “for the sake of the monarchy”.

The times called the Duke of York’s public overthrow a “humiliating blow”.

the Daily Star continues in the same vein, calling the Duke of York a “narcissist” who was “formerly known as the Prince”.

Elsewhere, The daily mirror reports that “hours before” the Queen was seen mourning alone at her husband’s funeral, Downing Street staff threw two “drunk parties”.

And the Financial Times reports that talks between the US, NATO and Russia have reached a “dead end” amid the Kremlin’s threat of a military strike against Ukraine.

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